Every Extend Extra by Q Entertainment, transports us to a very surreal Dali-esque environment. It takes inspiration from Every Extend by Omega. Gameplay involves blowing yourself up to achieve a bigger goal of acoring a huge combo. But, what you have to consider is that you can't be trigger happy and start bombing yourself all the time, because sooner or later you'd run out of overall stock. The only hope to replenish your stock, is to earn a big enough combo to earn another "life" or in this case to "extend" it. Add to that chaos the pressure of a time limit. But, I had some trouble getting pressured with such upbeat techno music playing in the background.
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If you enjoyed, Tetsuya Mizuguchi's previous brews, then you better get your hands on this PC demo released by Q Entertainment. A gameplay video is being streamed on the game's official site, if you want some starburst of what you're getting. You can also click on a mirror link just below this article together with the demo.
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